Each year Hastings Museum participates in the Tri-City Food Fight with the Stuhr Museum in Grand Island and The Archway in Kearney. It’s a friendly way to compete and see who can collect the most food for their local food pantry. This year’s food fight is different. All three organizations are working together to fight hunger instead of each other. The goal is to collect two tons of food.
All three organizations are working together for a combined total. (See the new logo? It’s now the Food Fight with a heart!) This just doesn’t seem like the year to compete. It feels like the time to pull together. Food can be left on the front patio of the Museum Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Teresa Kreutzer-Hodson, Director of the Hastings Museum said, “We know there is an increased need out there, and we want to help in any way that we can.”
Let’s make this a food fight to remember!

The truth is, this season is really about giving, and we’ve got a great opportunity to do so.

-Teresa Kreutzer-Hodson, Executive Director